Scots can buy 24-karat gold Nintendo Wii gifted to the Queen


[01-05-2021 02:26 PM]

Ammon News - This one-of-a-kind collectors item was once gifted to the monarch as part of a promo campaign back in 2009 before falling into the hands of a gaming fanatic.

A unique 24-Karat gold Nintendo Wii which was once gifted to the Queen is available for Scots to buy online.

Donny Fillerup, from gaming website consolevariations.com, somehow managed to get his hands on the extremely rare item ‘some time ago’ and he is now ready to part ways with it.

The console was made specifically for Queen Elizabeth II as part of a promo campaign for THQ’s ‘Big Family Games’ in 2009.

It is believed that the console was sent to Buckingham Palace before eventually ending up in the hands of hardcore collector Donny.

But after years of it gathering dust in Donny’s home, he is now looking to cash in on the one-of-a-kind console as he is on the hunt to buy his own home.

The 24-Karat gold console comes complete with its own gold controller and a copy of Big Family Games.

Keen collectors or gamers can snap up this incredible piece of gaming history at a buy it now price of $300,000 on eBay - which is roughly around £215.233.

Explaining why he is selling the console on a blog post, Donny said: “I’ve been in one place for my whole life, it’s time to get my own place. At times it has been difficult for me to have free time of relax.

“I never wanted to sell it; however, I was always curious how much someone could give for it. I wanted to keep it with me just in case I open my museum.

“I hope the system goes to a good home. Hopefully a museum, or someone who will take care of it as much as I did.”




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